I just received a Velo Orange saddle to test. It’s a Model 3 Touring Saddle. As you can see, it’s not even mounted on my bike yet. I’m scared. I’ve always looked at leather saddles on bikes belonging to other people and scratched my head. I never gave it any more thought, besides Why? If […]
It’s brighter than any headlight I’ve tried–and I’ve tried many. And by “many” I mean “a handful of cheap ones.”
If you want to keep your bike, and I’m pretty sure you do, you firstly need two good locks.
I was introduced to Vaude when I was looking for a rack-top bag that I could use for my mountain bike as well as my folding bike. Vaude bags are German-made, with many well-thought-out details for commuting or touring. Eva’s Office and Eva’s Shopper are commuter rear panniers made from recycled materials. Each comes with a rain […]
When I started bike blogging, not that long ago, the first thing I wanted to write about was the Burley Travoy. I seriously went on, and on, and on about it–as did Bike Shop Girl. (Although my gushing about the Travoy was so effusive that it made me a Burley sales rep’s favorite bike blogger.) The […]
Are bike commuters generous as a group? Do we take a piece of what we love and try to bestow it on others to enable their bike commute. As a bike commuting advocate, is it better to give or receive? The answer is Yes. We recommended giving simple usable bike commuting gifts that inspire your […]